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It is amazing what a team of individuals can do when the pressure is on. Take for example the recent hackathon that took place before the start of the 2015 TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, California. Developers from around the world competed in this 24-hour test of endurance to create new apps and build new products from scratch, and in many cases using technologies they were getting their hands on for the very first time.
Would you rather spend time profiling your app or adding new features?
Most software developers would rather work on their app than profile it. The app profiling process is not always intuitive, and app profiling tools generate complicated graphs which you then have to interpret. Often power and thermal measurements are not provided and its not clear how your app stacks up compared to others.
“How can I learn hardware programming now that the cost of development boards is so low?”
“How are drones and robotics evolving?”
“What’s the latest in 3D printing?”
A few of weeks ago, I posted about the developer journey into the Internet of Things and encouraged you to build your first thing.
Did you jump in right away? Or are you still waiting for the technology stars to align? I’ve got some news that will help you fast-track your development of Windows 10 IoT apps on the DragonBoard™ 410c by Arrow Electronics.
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